Four configurations of rounded shoulder boattail nozzles were tested on an underwing nacelle mounted on an F-106B aircraft. The effects of various parameters on boattail drag were investigated at Mach numbers of 0.6 and 0.9. The parameters studied were Reynolds number, angle-of-attack, nozzle pressure ratio, nozzle geometry, and nozzle axial location with respect to the wing. These nozzles simulated nonafterburning configurations appropriate for turbofan powered aircraft with supersonic dash capability. Increasing Reynolds number significantly lowered the boattail drag coefficient of all the nozzles at both M sub 0 = 0.6 and M sub 0 = 0.9.